The San Bernardino Municipal Code makes provisions for weed delivery services for medical and recreational marijuana. Employees of California-licensed marijuana retailers can deliver weed to eligible residents in any part of the city, provided the retailers also have commercial cannabis business permits from San Bernardino. However, both delivery service businesses and their customers must comply with weed delivery rules set by California and the city.
Yes. Medical marijuana delivery is legal in San Bernardino. San Bernardino Municipal Code, Section 5.10.330, permits weed delivery to registered cannabis patients or their caregivers within the city.
San Bernardino permits recreational marijuana delivery within its borders, per Section 5.10.330 of the City Municipal Code.
Marijuana consumers in San Bernardino can order cannabis products online instead of purchasing them in person at California-licensed dispensaries. Employees of licensed dispensaries are responsible for making such deliveries; they cannot engage third-party courier services to do deliveries on their behalf. Customers can place their marijuana orders by phone or through the online shop menu tabs on the dispensaries' websites.
Marijuana is legal for medical and recreational purposes in San Bernardino. Qualifying cannabis patients may order no more than 8 ounces of medicinal cannabis. In contrast, recreational consumers can only order a maximum of 1 ounce of cannabis flowers and no more than 8 grams of marijuana concentrate for delivery in San Bernardino.
Patients who qualify for medical cannabis and are enrolled in the California Medical Marijuana Program can use weed delivery services in San Bernardino, provided they are at least 18 years old. To use weed delivery for recreational marijuana products in the city, a person must be 21 years or older.
Per Section 5.10.330(a) of the San Bernardino Municipal Code, marijuana retailers offering storefront sales and retailers offering delivery-only purchases can provide weed delivery services in the city. However, they must maintain physical locations from which they conduct their commercial marijuana activities in line with California marijuana laws. In addition, they must have the required licenses from the California Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) and obtain commercial business permits from the city. Typically, a storefront retailer requires a Type 10 license, while delivery-only retailers need a Type 9 license.
Anyone requiring a weed delivery service in San Bernardino can find one by using the DCC's Retailers Near Me search tool. Alternatively, they can query a search engine site with "San Bernardino weed delivery near me." They can also check with local dispensaries (retailers) nearby in person to determine whether they offer marijuana delivery services.
Yes, a form of ID is required to receive marijuana delivery in San Bernardino, and a weed delivery recipient must be the same person who placed the order. Registered marijuana patients must provide their medical marijuana cards or written recommendations issued by their physicians for medical cannabis use. Caregivers must have their California-issued medical cannabis cards on hand. A person receiving recreational marijuana delivery must present a valid government-issued ID showing they are at least 21 years old.